Carrots cooked by microwaves were judged less tender in both
the core and external flesh area than those cooked by conventional
boiling. Broccoli cooked by microwaves was less tender in the
external layer but softer in the central flesh than that cooked conventionally.
Cooking methods made essentially no difference in...
In your knitting project, you’ll learn a very old skill that people have been doing for nearly 1,800 years. As you progress through the different phases, you’ll use many kinds of yarn and designs.
In the 4-H knitting project, you can learn to:
• Knit articles for yourself and others...
Crocheting is one of the oldest needlework arts. To crochet means to form yarn or thread into a fabric using a hook. Its name comes from the French word croche, meaning “hook.”
The crochet hook was one of many tools first used to make delicate lace. As time went on,...
The Beginning Level of food preservation is for members of any age who are just starting the project. You might spend up to 3 years in this level as you learn the basic procedures and try the different methods.
A guide for 4-H food preservation club leaders that includes tips on organizing content for club meetings, teaching techniques, food preservation experiments and standards for evaluating preserved food products, and a short history of food preservation.
Welcome to the beginning 4-H outdoor cooking project—
S’mores and More! If you haven’t yet experienced the joys of
cooking outdoors, here’s your opportunity to roast marshmallows,
make your own S’mores, and so much more!